English version

chignon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchignonchi‧gnon /ˈʃiːnjɒn $ -jɑːn/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DCChair that is tied in a smooth knot at the back of a woman’s head syn bun
Examples from the Corpus
chignonShe had dark hair dressed in a chignon, contained in a net of black chenille beneath her pork-pie hat.Her hair was screwed into a ballerina chignon and her wooden lips set in a smile of excessive sweetness.Hair swept into a chic chignon from just behind the fringe is let loose and combed close to the head.Long hair swept up into a high chignon for classic glamour displays a rebellious streak!Her blonde hair was pulled back into a smooth chignon and tied with a yellow silk bow.Long hair will be dressed perfectly in soft chignons, french rolls and gentle loops.A strand of her dark hair has escaped from the chignon she wears.
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